Posts Tagged ‘ Sanovich ’

What Is Fat Transfer Augmentation?

As we age, our skin changes with us. We stop making as much collagen as we did in our younger years, and the skin on our faces begins to look loose and sunken. But what if there was a natural way to increase the fullness of your face without using synthetic fillers or getting a […]

How to Ask About Cosmetic Surgery

There’s something different about your friend. She seems happier, more confident, and her face looks a little different than you remember. It may not seem obvious at first, but when you realize she’s had some “work” done, it’s hard not to notice. Cosmetic surgery and non-surgical procedures are increasing in popularity year after year, and […]

The Medical Benefits of Cosmetic Surgery

When you think about the benefits of cosmetic surgery, you probably think of the improvement to your appearance as the No. 1 reason to go ahead with a procedure. But what you may not realize is that cosmetic surgery doesn’t just improve your appearance, it can improve your overall health, too. Here are some top […]

How to Answer Cosmetic Surgery Questions

Congratulations! You’ve just had a cosmetic procedure with Dr. Sanovich. Now is the time to heal and enjoy your newly refreshed appearance. Often when someone undergoes a cosmetic procedure (surgical or not), it can bring up a lot of questions from friends and loved ones. Whether you are worried about how to address the questioning, […]

Survey Reveals Major Trends in Facial Plastic Surgery

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) has released its annual member survey results identifying the biggest trends in facial plastic surgery for 2018. Preventative procedures reigned supreme in 2018, coining the name “pre-juvenation,” a combination of preventative and rejuvenation. This term refers to younger patients who don’t necessarily need facial rejuvenation […]

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Linked to Diabetes

If you have type 2 diabetes, a new study has a dire warning for you. You could be at greater risk for obstructive sleep apnea, according to a study from the department of health care management at the University of Surrey in Surrey, United Kingdom. After studying data from 1.2 million adults registered in the […]

Biological Joint Could End TMJD Woes

For the more than 10 million Americans suffering from the often-debilitating condition known as temporomandibular joint disorder, relief can’t come fast enough. Temporomandibular joint disorder (also known as TMJ disorder, TMJD or simply TMJ) is a condition that occurs when the jaw’s temporomandibular joint becomes misaligned with the rest of the jaw. This can occur […]

Think Local for Cosmetic Surgery

With cosmetic surgery procedures increasing in popularity year after year and many procedures that were once considered taboo becoming more and more commonplace, many surgeons are issuing cautions to patients seeking procedures abroad. Recent articles have highlighted the dangers of foreign “cosmetic surgery vacations” with practitioners that may or may not be trained in the […]

We’re Raising Our Brows …

An article in a popular fashion magazine recently posed the question, “Is this the end of the brow-lift?” It seems the procedure may be declining in popularity at some plastic surgery practices, but we certainly don’t believe that’s the case here. In fact, a brow-lift is one of the most effective ways to give yourself […]

CPAP Therapy Could Alleviate Depression

Living with obstructive sleep apnea or cardiovascular disease can be stressful for anyone, but living with a combination of both can be an even bigger challenge. The combination can also be the source of clinical depression – especially for patients who have suffered a cardiac event such as a heart attack or stroke. But now, […]